Always wear proper eye protection when removing retaining rings. Use the correct retaining ring pliers. Verify that the tips of the pliers are not damaged or excessively worn. Slippage could propel the ring with force which could cause death or serious injury.

1. See Figure 2-53. Lubricate new o-rings (1) with D.O.T. 5 SILICONE BRAKE FLUID and carefully install in grooves on new cartridge (3).

2. Install new primary cup (5) with the flared end toward the threaded end of the cartridge and new o-ring (7) on new piston (6).

3. Slide new spring (4) into piston (6) and slide into cartridge (3).

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